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Deepika Padukone the Covergirl for Vogue February Edition!

Tuesday - January 30, 2018 11:19 am , Category : GOSSIP CORNER
Deepika Padukone, Image credit : Deepika Twitter!
Deepika Padukone, Image credit : Deepika Twitter!

 

Vogue the leading fashion and lifestyle Mag covers Deepika Padukone for their February edition 2018. While she plays with the colours of springs the Bollywood actress talks about in this version is her fight with depression, Her love of Life Ranveer Singh, her most controversial cinema "Padmaavat",  her upcoming project with director Vishal Bhardwaj opposite Irrfan Khan.. 


The actress is out of her mental state of illness and is loud and clear to talk about it. The diva Deepika shares the importance of coming clean and also talking about the issue. Deepika said,"I don't feel caged or in hiding anymore". 

She is the fighter and survivor, who never shy to open up to the world about her battling with depression. The actress talked about the issue of low in an interview with Barkha Dutt earlier in the year 2015; the actress mention, something changes then. By talking openly about the subject helped her. Deepika Padukone is the founder of 'The Live, Love and Laugh Foundation", as the actress feel it help talking and opening up, and she wants to extend help for the same to others with her foundation. She wants to raise awareness on various aspects of mental health. 

As the actress shares launch of the February edition of Vogue Magazine over her twitter handle, Deepika captioned the post with a quote, which tells, the actress had a long fighting battle with depression, and finally, she has won over it, and is out of it now.  "Today I know that wherever I might go in the world people might look at me as someone who has experienced depression," evident enough the girl is strong enough to face it as she further quotes, ' I feel liberated and free. I don’t feel caged anymore or like I’m hiding something.”




 

Apart from her side of sickness, the actress has talked about her Love, "Ranveer Singh", and their holiday gateway to the Maldives and how she build power to take gossips positively. She talks about Patmaavat, her role as Padmavati and also shared a bit detail about her forthcoming yet untitled project which will be  directed by "Vishal Bhardwaj", and will be featuring the man from past, her costar from the blockbuster Piku, "Irrfan Khan". Read the complete interview in VogueMag  India - Window To News

 
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